Ratification votes for PSAC members in the four Treasury Board groups will begin on May 24 and end on June 16 at noon ET.
On May 1, PSAC’s SV bargaining team reached a tentative agreement with Treasury Board. The bargaining team recommends ratification of the new agreement.
PSAC has reached a tentative agreement for SV members that provides wage increases that prevent workers from falling further behind, closes wage gaps for our members, and improves job security.
When returning to work after the Treasury Board strike ended on Monday, May 1, some PSAC members may have started later than their usual scheduled start time and some managers have raised this issue with them.
After nearly two years of bargaining leading to one of the largest strikes in Canadian history, PSAC has reached tentative agreements for the more than 120,000 Treasury Board workers who deliver critical services to Canadians.
As we reported Friday, negotiations for PSAC’s Treasury Board bargaining units resumed and carried on into the weekend.
PSAC National President Chris Aylward delivered the following message to members of the Treasury Board and CRA bargaining t
Over the past two weeks our bargaining teams have been back at the table with the assistance of third-party mediators to secure a fair contract for workers.
As strike votes continue for more than 120,000 federal public service workers across the country, PSAC and the federal government have agreed to resume negotiations with the assistance of a third-party mediator to reach a fair contract for workers. The Common Issues bargaining team will continue talks April 2-6, followed by the PA, SV, TC, EB teams April 11-14.
PSAC has received the Public Interest Commission (PIC) report affecting more than 10,000 members in the SV group. Hearings concluded in November and unfortunately, similar to the TC PIC report, the report provides no clear direction other than a recommendation that both parties return to the bargaining table.
The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) is launching nationwide strike votes for more than 120,000 federal public service workers after talks broke down over wages and other key issues. Strike votes for members in the Program and Administrative Services, Operational Services, Technical Services, and Education and Library Science bargaining groups will be conducted from February 22 to April 11, 2023.
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